Source: Associated Press
By Joe Milicia
<img align="left" alt="Kellen Winslow II" title="Kellen Winslow II" src="http://www.cheappremiumtickets.com/images/articles/165.jpg" />BEREA, Ohio (AP) -- Kellen Winslow could be even more fired up than usual this Sunday.
Winslow, never lacking emotion on game day, will return home to San Diego and play in front of about 50 friends and family members when the Cleveland Browns face the Chargers.
His Hall of Fame father will be among them, watching his son play on the field where he redefined the tight end position.
As if that's not enough for the younger Winslow to get excited about, he made it a point Wednesday to hype his matchup with another pretty good Chargers tight end, Antonio Gates.
"I look at it like it's a heavyweight match. It's me versus Gates," Winslow said. "I want to be the best tight end out there."
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